Neutral RTV silicone sealant (RTV) and alternative gaskets , meet the request of repairing and production that easy use and cure in common working situation. Made of eco-friendly organic-silicone ,non-toxic, non-odour and non-corrosion ; heat resistance, oil resistance alternative gasket sealant. It is widely used in automotive, motorcycle, Marine and mechanical equipment of engine, gearbox , axle plane sealing. And it is your best choice to solve the problem of assembly and repair.
MAX FILLING GAP (mm)
Max Oil Pressure (MPa)
25℃ curing (surfcace/ full)
As Supplied – tested at 23°C±2°C, RH50%±5%:
Aspect: Red Paste
Specific Gravity: 1.15~1.25
Skinning Time, min: 5~15
Application Temperature, °C: +5 to +40
Drop Degree, MM: ≤1
Extrusion Ability, mL/Min: ≥ 300
As Supplied – tested at 23°C±2°C, RH50%±5% 7 days :
Hardness Shore A: 20~60 ASTM C 661
Tensile Strength, MPa: ≥3.0 ASTM C 1135
Elongation at Breaks, %: ≥200 ASTM D638
Volatility Content, %: ≤35 EPA -24
Depth of Curing, 24H, MM ≥3 ASTM C1184-05
Depth of Curing, 7D, MM ≥6 ASTM C1184-05
Valve covers, oil pans, timing covers, water pumps and thermostat housings
Applied as a gel to just one surface of the parts to be joined, silicone gasket maker forms a seal between them, keeping out contaminants. Silicone gasket maker resists oil and shop fluids, vibration, heat, and flexing of parts, replacing many conventional gaskets. Parts joined by this silicone gasket maker can easily be removed. The old gasket material comes off effortlessly, simplifying future disassembly and reassembly.
Tack-free cure (time required to dry past tacky state): 20 minutes
Full cure (time required to reach full set): 24 hours
Temperature range (endurance limits of the gasket maker): -75 F to 625 F
Ideal gap-filling capacity (gap sizes in which gasket maker performs best): 0.001" to 0.125"
Maximum gap-filling capacity (maximum gap size between joined parts): 0.240"
Directions for use:
1. For best performance bond surfaces should be clean and free from grease.
2. Moisture curing begins immediately after the product is exposed to the atmosphere, therefore parts to be assembled should be mated within a few minutes after theproduct is dispensed.
3. The bond should be allowed to cure (e.g. seven days), before subjecting to heavy service loads.
4. Excess material can be easily wiped away with non-polar solvents.